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Oceanography

Science looses one of its finest research submarines

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Nereus was lost while conducting a dive at 9,900 metres (32,500 ft) in depth in the Kermadec Trench

Royal Navy charts reefs and wrecks off Libyan coast

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HMS Echo used state-of-the-art sonar equipment to map the unseen wrecks, reefs and rocks of the Libyan coast and make navigation less hazardous.

Sinking jellyfish help oceans absorb more CO2

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When jellyfish die and sink to the bottom of the ocean, organic carbon is sequestered in deep water layers or in sediments.

US launches state-of-the-art oceanographic vessel

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The United States Navy christened and launched its newest oceanographic survey ship, USNS Maury

Deep corals discovered on Great Barrier Reef

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A new exploration by a remote-operated submersible has found the reef's deepest coral yet.

Mountain range discoved in the Atlantic Ocean

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Using the Irish research vessel Celtic Explorer, scientists made significant discoveries about the unique marine life at those sea depths, as well as a greater understanding of the crushing pressures at that level below surface.

Animals mix the oceans

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Animals and other organisms are responsible for one-third of the mixing of the ocean, without which the sea would stagnate

Coral Hotspots found off Northeast US Coast

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A survey of underwater canyons off the U.S. East Coast found a number of previously unknown hotspots for deep-sea corals

Deep sea crabs see in colour

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Deep-sea crabs have colour vision despite living up to 1000m below the surface, scientists find.

Phytoplankton flee to avoid predators

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Phytoplankton not only flee when in the presence of the predatory zooplankton, but they also flee when in water that had previously contained the predators, US scientists demonstrate
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